Heck, it took me months to figure out what a sketch challenge was all about. Various card enthusiasts come together and draw a design for stampers to get our creativity juices flowin’. Participating in a challenge allows you to share your love of stamping with hundereds of others who may receive a little bit of inspiration from you. Even if you are not a winner, hundreds of people can view your card and jump to your blog and look at all the wonderful creations you’ve created.
I chose to participate in the Pals Paper Arts Challenge 145 because I sometimes am clueless about how to design a card. Thier designs are simple and very easy to mix and match paper to create our own masterpiece.
This stamp set is one of my new one’s that I just received a few weeks ago. But sometimes, my work and personal schedule get the best of me and I run out of time to create cards. When I want to make one in a jiffy I use past and present sketch challenge layouts to help me when I can’t think for myself or I just happen to be in love with a certain sketch.
I think it’s safe to say this is one of my favorites. You will definately see it sometime in the future. I think it will make a great Christmas card sketch… don’t you think?
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